Twisted contrails from a US Air Force Thunderbird in the sky over Scott Air Force Base, Illinois.
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Liquid, liquid, lots and lots of liquid in the form of a torrential downpour clogged street drains causing the rain water to back up a foot deep into the street. The pressure of the rainwater coursing through the sewer caused the water to back up and spew upward out the culvert. We were lucky. The water did not reach our house. The houses in this photo were not so fortunate and had water in their basements.
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My place in the world is anywhere my husband is. It’s wonderful to say that as it wasn’t always that way. We’ve come a long way in the last ten years. This place is the flat look out over the Missouri River at Klondike Park in southwestern St. Charles County, Missouri.
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Such a perfectly composed photograph of two people who obviously have a very close connection. I stumbled upon these two purely by chance as I was walking by and it is unlikely that such a moment would be replicated again. Garden of the Gods, in the Shawnee National Forest, Herod, Illinois.
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